Bang with Friends- the controversial Facebook app run by its CEO and co-founder who just goes by his initial 'C' has been revealed accidentally by Internet New York which included the founders' name on the online ballot. BWF app creator Colin Hodge, 28, and Omri Mor had remained anonymous till last week, but the leak of their identity through Internet Week New York disappointed Hodge, the Daily ...
Facebook Phone's disappointingly poor customer feedback in the United States has resulted in the delay of its launch in Europe. The HTC handsets, which run Facebook's enhanced Home software, designed to replace the phone's home screen with FB feed and chat options, has flopped with users. EE, a UK mobile operator, confirmed that poor customer feedback is the reason why the phone's Europe ...
Sally Bercow , found guilty of libelling Lord McAlpine, is a Twitter martyr in some quarters. I keep hearing about what a blow this is for free speech. However, Bercow hasn't suffered a miscarriage of justice; on the contrary, she's guilty. (Her attempts to settle with McAlpine before the case went to court were a clue.) Or is it acceptable for someone to imply that a person is a ...
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Martin Brodeur joined Hockey Night In Canada as a guest analyst for the playoffs, and recently answered some questions from fans on Twitter. (File/Getty ...
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The opening scene of John Moore's remake of 1976's The Omen presents us with a series of uneasy recent news images--the space shuttle exploding, the Twin Towers falling, the tsunami in Thailand, violence in the Middle East--that are meant to be interpreted as the fulfillment of signs in Bi ... ...
Initiative Invites Catholic Media Offices Around the World To Share Online Pastoral ResourcesROME, May 10, 2013 (Zenit.org) - On the occasion of the this year's World Communications Day, the Pontifical Council for Social Communications is inviting people from around the world to partake in the "Mesa Comun" (Shared Table). The initiative allows the faithful of the Catholic Church ...
pressuring Facebook to take a stronger stance in favor of women’s health and crackdown against messages that "trivialize or glorify" violence against women. ';I’m a big supporter of that ...
video or audio files which are sent over the web. They can be downloaded on the consumer's computer device or streamed online. Many marketers use podcasts to spread the word about a product or a service. The reason for this is that podcasting has many benefits. For instance, it does not have a topic limitation. Also, podcasts resemble lectures and listeners can often learn something useful ...
King Khan says kabhi haan kabhi naa to Twitter After 3 months Shah Rukh returns to micro-blogging site
After finishing the shoot of his upcoming action-comedy 'Chennai Express', superstar Shah Rukh Khan is back on micro-blogging site Twitter.The 47-year-old actor, who has been missing from Twitter since three months, re-tweeted co-star Deepika Padukone's post about the completion of their film."Deepika tweeted: Finished shooting for 'Chennai Express'. Expressed my ...
A GROWING number of the Australians are using social networks wherever they can: workplaces, schools, bedrooms, and even the toilet cubicle. A new study of Australian internet users found more than three in five now use social media, with almost half of users logging on daily and some more than five times a day. Australian Facebook users are spending more than seven hours on the site every week, ...
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We must define the nature and scope of this struggle, or else it will define us. Neither I, nor any President can promise the total defeat of terror. What we must do is dismantle networks that pose a direct danger.
The U.S. president was speaking on his administration's counter terrorism policy.
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Ominous ties are emerging between skyrocketing sectarian violence in Iraq and Syria's civil war. Analysts say al-Qaida-linked militants are flowing back and forth from both countries and are seeking to use religious differences to bring down the government, not only in Damascus, but also in Baghdad.
Iraqis are witnessing the worst violence to rock their country in five years.
Bombings and other attacks against Sunni Muslim and Shi'ite targets are stoking sectarian tensions.
One major reason is the civil war next door in Syria.
"It is no accident that we are seeing more bombings in Iraq now because of the money and the weapons that are going to the Syrian Free Army, some factions of which are aligned with al-Qaida,rdquo; said Douglas Ollivant of the New America Foundation.
Amateur video posted online shows rebel fighters in Syria from the al-Nusra Front pledging allegiance to al-Qaida.
The group receives support from al-Qaida in Iraq, and militants frequently cross the porous Iraqi-Syrian border.
"The Iraqis are scared to death about the backlash and the back flow of some of these militants and al-Qaida related groups,rdquo; said Michael Rubin, who is with the American Enterprise Institute. ...
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